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Saturday, January 8–Saturday, March 19, 2022
10:30 am–12:30 pm
Education Dept Art Studio (Classroom 305E)
Members
$210.00
Nonmembers
$250.00
Ticket Required
Add to Calendar 2022-01-08 10:30:00 2022-01-08 12:30:00 Children's Saturday Studio Art, Ages 9-11 01/08/2022 10:30 AM Museum of Fine Arts, Boston Museum of Fine Arts, Boston tickets@mfa.org America/New_York public

Observe and discuss art from the MFA’s Collection to gain inspiration for your own unique and imaginative projects. In the studio, experiment with hands-on techniques using a variety of materials such as drawing, painting, collage, printmaking and 3D explorations!

Supplies are provided.

Occurring every Saturday except 2/19

Course Number
SC4-W
Number of Sessions
10
Age
9–11

Past Dates and Times

Saturday, January 8–Saturday, March 19, 2022

Ticket Information

Registration for February, April, and Summer vacation week classes ends at Noon the Friday before the class starts.

Before registering for classes, please review Program Information and Policies.

To order tickets by phone, call 1-800-440-6975 ($6 processing fee applies); no in-person ticket sales.

Ticketing Policies

Accessibility

Due to the building’s historic architecture, the third-floor classrooms, 305A, 305B, 305D and 305E, are not wheelchair-accessible and must be accessed by stairs. Please let us know in advance if the student has limited mobility; we can make accommodations, including relocating the class to an accessible space.

To inform the Studio Art Class program of any access needs, please e-mail artclasses@mfa.org or call our office at 617-369-3295.

About the Instructor

Lio Olin received his MFA from the State University of New York, and his dual major in Fine Arts/ Humanities from Bennington College. His art and poetry are driven by an emotional history, from various environments and relationships. His practice represents the way our senses are heightened when we are involved in a relationship or engaged in a particular psychological space. Lio's approach to teaching is grounded in skill-based techniques as a means of problem-solving and seeing the world around us. He uses this foundation to engage interdisciplinary and contemporary practices, encouraging students to consider the social and conceptual implications of their work as they develop practical skills. He is thrilled to be a part of the Studio Art Program at the Museum.

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